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It will be a summer you will never forget when you sign up for Ontario’s original zip line aerial park experience. A breath taking experience, exploring the trees on zip lines, swinging bridges, monkey cables, Tarzan swings and much more during a 3-hour tour.

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Source: https://thekawarthas.ca/what-to-do/treetop-trekking-ganaraska/

Treetop Trekking is the perfect adventure for families, groups of friends and couples… and everyone can learn – from beginner to expert. And the fun is just not for the adults!

How about Discovery Kids Courses? You must be at least 5 years old and 45 inches tall. Kids can make their way through the courses filled with wood bridges, balance logs, net walkways, zip lines and more… all while wearing a climbing harness and helmet.

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Source: https://treetoptrekking.com/parks/barrie/

Of course there are options for adults too. The local Treetop Trekking park is located at the Ganaraska Forest Centre between  Port Hope and Peterborough, Ontario. Along with a number of easier courses, the Ganaraska park is home to Timberwolf, the most challenging aerial course in Ontario.

The Ganaraska Forest Centre is the perfect location for tree top trekking. The Park boasts over 12,000 acres – making it one of the largest blocks of forested land in southern Ontario.

There are a number of Treetop Trekking locations throughout the province, and activities vary among the parks. Ganaraska offers Zip Line and Aerial Game Treks, plus a team building program.

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Source: https://treetoptrekking.com/parks/barrie/

Treetop Trekking will make this a summer to remember!

Contact them for more information:

ganaraska@treetoptrekking.com

Toll-Free: 1-855-280-0900

Phone: 1-905-797-2000

 

 

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The March Break can sneak up on you and you’re left wondering what to do with the kids. Here are a few ideas to quell the boredom March 12th to March 16th.

Canadian Canoe Museum 

There is a variety of options to choose from including half day workshops or a full day or even multiple days. Mix and match to build the perfect schedule.

You can check out all of the details and workshop descriptions at https://www.canoemuseum.ca/marchbreak but how do these options sound to you?

  • Mini Paddle Painting
  • Artic Adventure
  • Woodworking with Wanigans
  • Souvenir Paddle Carving
  • Souvenir Paddle Arts
  • Canoe Paper Arts
  • Blanket Mittens and Needle Felting
  • Woodworking Build a Beading Loom
  • Beading Bracelets on a Loom

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Source: https://www.canoemuseum.ca/marchbreak

Register by calling 705 748 9153 x 218 or email victoria.veenstra@canoemuseum.ca.

Camp Kawartha March Break Day Camp

Kids will participate in active and engaging outdoor experiences. Campers will use the Environment Centre as a home base from which to explore the Trent Nature Area and participate in a variety of nature themed activities.

  • Traditional skills (fire making, outdoor cooking, shelter building) •  Nature based games and crafts •  Animal tracking •  And generally, exploring the wonders of nature!

For more information visit the webpage at https://campkawartha.ca/event/march-break-camp/.

All the fun takes place at Camp Kawartha Environment Centre

2505 Pioneer Road  Peterborough, Ontario Canada

Phone: 705-652-3860

March Break Art Camp at the Art School of Peterborough.

Young artists will participate in an exciting week of creativity. Activities include drawing and painting, sculpture and pottery projects.

There is also a March Break Art Camp just for Girls! Girl Power will be the theme as campers explore and celebrate all things girly!

For more information visit http://artschoolptbo.org/marchbreak/

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Source: http://artschoolptbo.org/marchbreak

The fun takes place at:

174A Charlotte Street Peterborough ON K9J 2T8

Phone: 705-742-3221

March Break Madness at Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority

The camp is designed, planned and delivered by OCT-qualified teachers. Each day has a dedicated theme where campers will experience a variety of hands-on activities, active outdoor games, group challenges, crazy crafts and good natured fun.

Get all the details at.. http://www.ganaraskaforestcentre.ca/2018/01/16/march-break-madness-grca/

The fun takes place at…

Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority (GRCA) 2216 County Road 28 Port Hope, Ontario L1A 3V8 Phone: (905) 885-8173

Other Options

There are a number of other activities offered on a daily basis. Visit the Kawartha Now website for complete details: https://kawarthanow.com/column/21/childrens-events/

 

 

 

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